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|Energy - Your Health Currency
The currency of U.S. corporations is dollars. In Europe, it's Euros. In Japan, corporations use yen. From a health perspective, the currency of your personal corporation is energy.
If we're not receiving sufficient amounts of any of these inputs, the debit side of our balance sheet increases. We don't have enough energy to accomplish our daily tasks, let alone do the things that will make our corporation profitable. With sufficient inputs we have energy to spare and our corporation thrives.
What are some outputs of a healthy personal corporation? A healthy, happy family. A creative work environment. Ongoing engagement in rewarding social activities. An ongoing experience of accomplishment. Self-expression. Peace. Joy.
In order for our personal corporation to continue to grow and prosper, it's basic needs must be met. In addition, it's always a good idea to make sure all the parts are working properly. That's where chiropractic care comes in. Just as an accountant reviews the financial health of a corporation, your chiropractor reviews its physical health. She makes "adjustments" wherever and whenever necessary, enabling your personal corporation to continue to evolve.
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I got injured at work and my employer sent me to their company doctor. The company doctor did not listen to me and sent me home without providing any treatment other than a bottle of motrin. The medication did not help my low back pain. I knew I needed additional treatment by a specialist. A co-worker who had a similar injury told me about the doctors at Inland Empire Spine & Rehabilitation Center. The doctors did a thorough exam and x-rays and found the problem that was causing me all of my low back pain. After several weeks of chiropractic treatment, I was able to return to work and resume my normal activities. I highly suggest that anyone with back injuries call the doctors at Inland Empire Spine & Rehabilitation so they can help you too.